Bertolt Brecht - Drama - 2013 - 96 pages
Arguably Brecht's greatest play, A Life of Galileo charts the seventeenth century scientist's extraordinary fight with the church over his assertion that the earth orbits the ...
Bertolt Brecht - Drama - 1998 - 86 pages
BAAL, which renowned playwright Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956) wrote when he was in college, is the provocative story of a drunken, ruthless, womanizing poet and singer, a ...
Bertolt Brecht - Drama - 1994 - 147 pages
Three powerless gods investigate complaints of poverty in an Oriental village in Brecht's dramatic parable
Bertolt Brecht - Drama - 1964 - 110 pages
Satirizes the bourgeois society of the Weimar Republic through the love story between Polly Peachum and "Mack the Knife" Macheath.
Bertolt Brecht - Drama - 1966 - 283 pages
The three plays gathered in this volume are among Bertolt Brecht's most remarkable; the best-known is Jungle of Cities, here translated by the poet Anselm Hollo. Set in Chicago ...
Bertolt Brecht - Drama - 1969 - 125 pages
Set in the Chicago stockyards, 1920-30, the author shows his increasing interest in communism, ans his struggle to relate his artistic efforts to his concern for suffering mankind.